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Fig. 3. Embryo Fetzer

The area caudally to the cloacal membrane where the formation of the primary mesoderm is believed to occur, marked by arrows. (Based on fig. 53, Fetzer and Florian, 1930.)


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Reference

Florian J. The early development of man, with special reference to the development of the mesoderm and cloacal membrane. (1933) J. Anat., 67(2): 263-76. PMID 17104422


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